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with edie hill. it's all yours. >> thank you, hi, everyone. i'm edie hill. in today for brooke baldwin at the kennedy space center in florida and a very busy day of news, but first straight to brooke, and we're hearing about some possible lightning strikes there. that's got to be of concern there, what's happening? >> reporter: it is most definitely a concern, edie. hello to you, and hello to everyone. look, this is not exactly what we call picture perfect conditions here at kennedy space center. i don't know if you can tell the rain has been pouring behind me sideways. in terms of that possible lightning strike, here's what we know. according to the space shuttle launch team, they are evaluating a possible lightning strike, perhaps as close as a third of a mile away from that site. you're looking at. that is launchpad 39a. so they have to look into that to see if possibly the launchpad was affect. if it was, obviously that would affect the launch time. thus far, it is still a go tomorrow morning, 11:26 a.m., but this is a huge, huge story, as everyone knows by now. this is a space shu
manager brooke. [applause] he is working closely with edgar lopez, who manages all of our major projects, but was here pretty much from day one. they are being supported by our city engineers and the rest of the department coming together to deliver a great project to the ratepayers of san francisco. we're so happy to be a part of this. congratulations to the puc on getting to this point, the topping off ceremony. [applause] >> as the owners, we are certainly willing to move in, but we are not building the building. representing the builders is andy of webcor. [applause] >> it is great to be here. most people do not realize this building almost did not happen. i was at a green building conference and i ran into mayor gavin newsom. he said, we are not going to build that building. we cannot afford to. i said, mayor, you cannot afford not to. this building will be an example of what all cities should build. with the energy savings that were mentioned, this building will be like no others. when the city starts to operate, they will say, why did we not do this before? it is a wonderful thing
today. >> rebecca brooks, a former editor of "news of the world close "-- news of the world." some feel she should have lost her job. >> she is an executive of news international who was editor at the time the hacking happened. it is a big acts, but i do not think it solves the real issue and news international. >> i am satisfied that rebecca -- her leadership in the business and her standard of ethics, her standard of conduct throughout her career are very good. >> with big consumer company after big consumer company pulling their advertising from quoted news of the world," the commercial future -- from "news of the world," the commercial future was looking bleak. >> it is going to be investigated. there must be a full judicial inquiry. >> here is the other newspaper jewel acquired by rupert murdoch in 1969," the sun." could there be a sunday without a murdoch tabloid? unthinkable, surely. >> despite today's announcement, the fallout from the scandal seems to be far from over. scotland yard say they have identified 4000 possible hacking victims. an inquiry will start into possible wron
and its former boss, rebecca brooks. brooks, by the way now heads the entire newspaper empire, a company within a company. murdoch called the phone hackings deplorable and unacceptable adding i have made clear our company cooperate with the police in all investigations, and that is exactly -- the most you just cannot make this up part of the scandal, murdoch announced a lawyer would be helping to supervise his company's compliance with the investigation. that name rings a bell? it should. he served as assistant attorney general under george w. bush and is considered the primary author of the patriot act. that's right, murdoch has tapped the author of the patriot act. joining me you, archie bland, the former editor for the former independent newspaper in london. thanks so much. let's start on phones of war widows being hacked. seems that's making a lot of headlines in england. how big is the fallout of this story going to get? >> well, i mean it's reached a level to everyone in the uk has found astonishing. a story for a long time has been bubbling under and has been the preserve of a gro
, rebecca brooks under incredible pressure. he's now chief executive of the parent company, news international. and maintains she knew nothing about phone hacking. rupe rupert murdoch is her ultimate boss. his news corporation is trying to take over broadcaster bib. there are claims that deal has been stopped. and in parliament, allegations there was a cover-up of the hacking. and that goes right to the top of the company, including rupert murdoch's son. >> mr. james murdoch is the chairman. it is clear now that he personally, without board approval, authorized money to be paid by his company to silence people who had been hacked. and to cover-up criminal behavior in his organization. this is nothing short of an attempt to pervert the course of justice. >> reporter: murdoch's news international denies any cover-up. and in a statement, it says, it welcomes the call for a public inquiry. the atmosphere down here at westminster can only be described as febrile. rebecca brooks remains in her post. but her friendships with the likes of tony blair and david cameron is on the real strai
,000 ring to his lady love. former miss texas usa, brooke daniels. she said no but didn't say no to the ring. she still has it. and, yes. now they have a date, not a wedding date but a date in court on friday. looks like roy could learn a few things from aaron who proposed to the lovely amalia on "gma" this past monday. aaron did not get sacked. did you hear the knockout punch? i tried it. you should try to envision it. >>> all right. i love this story. take a look at this outrageous, new toy called the megamouth. and, everybody, hold your comments. it is so hot. it is completely sold out, with kids and adults using it as an inspiring way to tell others to, well, shut theirs. or as dr. evil would say -- >> talk to the hand because the face don't want to hear it anymore. >> exactly. exactly. >>> and finally, "forbes" has put out their list of the highest-paid actresses had hollywood. and topping the list this year, angelina jolie. probably no surprise. and sarah jessica parker. each bringing in a cool $30 million last year. they may walk the red carpet. but they're also rolling in the green.
to read you something the "new york times" columnist david brooks wrote the other day. he said if the republican party were a normal party it would take advantage of this enormous moment, being offered the deal of the century, trillions of dollars in cuts in exchange for a few million of revenue increases. david brooks saying if it all collapses, it is you, the republicans, who will be blame. is he right? fully think part of the problem is they are talking about $2 trillion in spending cuts but over a 10 to 15-year period. you know, we kind bind future congresses so there's no guarantee that any of those cuts ever occur. larry lindy had an article in the "wall street journal" the other day and said if interest rates go up two points, you'll have 5 trillion extra in spending on interest. if you look at the exploding charts on spending and debt, it's going to be driven by interest in the next ten years, so i don't think we can count on and trust congress to do what they say they are going to do for ten years. i don't personally trust the body of congress to do what they say or an
a $4,000 fine. >>> couple of positive reports this morning about jobs in america. here now jason brooks with kcbs and cbsmoneywatch.com. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. this is the kind of news we really want to see. hiring on the upswing. it fell off during the swing. a couple of reports show promise. the labor department says first time weekly unemployment claims fell by 14,000 this week to the lowest level in 7 weeks. we hope for a trend in the right direction. private payroll processor adp says 157,000 new jobs were added to the economy in june. that was more than double the expectation and a lot better than may with only 36,000 new jobs and a promising sign going into the monthly jobs report for tomorrow. jobs still really lagging in a key piece of the economy that needs to improve to show better growth overall for the economy. also a couple of decent reports for local retailers. san francisco-based gap saw 1% sales gain across its three chains a lot better than expected and a nice change of pace. they have been struggling. ross stores saw sales increase 5% that. too beat
is that at what -- who knew in the paper and when did they know it? rebecca brooks, who used to be editor of news of the world, says she didn't know anything about it. this kind of, you know, is somewhat questionable. but there's a political implication to all of this, which makes it even more complicated and in a way more scandalous. brooks is a great friend of the camera. the last editor of the news of the world before brooks became prime minister camera's spokesman. he then resigned under mysterious circumstances. as all this is coming out, seems perhaps the circumstances may not be so mysterious. so the question of who knows and who knew then is kind of key to the whole thing. however, my feeling is that somehow it won't end up being as revealing as we all thought, because too many political implications here. >> i wish we had 10 more minutes to speak with you. unfortunately, our time is fleeting. it is now out of time. but i appreciate you coming in. this is not at all dead. so hopefully we'll see you again. >> sure. >> tony, over to you. >>> thank you, much. 8:23now. the military's don't as
. there will be very high for brooks, a very high for the first sit-down interview and very high for film deals or whatever will come in the future. >> of she is due back tomorrow for sentences on four charges for lying to the sleaze issue is likely to be sentenced on time served leaving her free for the first time in years and allowed to do a book deal that will probably give her millions. >> i am appalled, now i am angry and i say shame to the jury. >> it even people that knew her well expressed outrage to the outcome. >> this was all about winning this was never about the truth. >> nancy grace said this, ... >> as the defense sits by and has their champagne and post after the not guilty verdict, somewhere out there the devil is dancing tonight. >> defense lawyer cheney mason had this to the tv crews that discover the celebration he blasted others that declared her guilty before hand, only one juror has commented publicly juror number 3 told abc news in an exclusive interview i did not say that she was innocent i said there was not enough evidence, if you cannot prove what the crime wa
" editor rebekah brooks remains unclear. for now, she remains c.e.o. of the paper's parent company in britain, news international. there may be implications for murdoch's proposed $12 billion takeover of the cable television network british sky broadcasting as well. his news corporation already owns three other newspapers in britain and, in this country, "the wall street journal", "fox news" and the "new york post" among others. this afternoon, reports surfaced that the company might replace the sunday "news of the world" with another murdoch publication. its sister paper "the sun" -- published weekly and saturday-- could add a sunday edition. for more on this story, we turn to ned temko, a writer for the "observer" newspaper in london. ned, welcome back, thanks for being with us. so what was the thinking behind this dramatic decision to shut down this very profitable newspaper? >> well, the best description i've heard this evening is that this is the first newspaper in history to die of shame. but that's not strictly true. it was a commercial decision. it was a huge exercise in da
the excitement that's surrounding this final launch, there's some sadness as well. our brooke baldwin met a couple whose livelihood could be blasting off right after this final launch. >> through the decades brenda and jerry mulberry marked major life milestones with the launches of the space shuttle. >> we watched the launch of sts one together from the titan complex when i was 21 years old. >> reporter: match made in space heaven. >> yeah. >> reporter: from one of their first dates, to brenda opening up her own t-shirt shop, space shirts, two miles down the road from kenity space center, and right now her business is booming. but with the launch of the 135th and final space shuttle mission, jerry is marking a different kind of memory. >> i started in april of '81. >> reporter: '81, so you worked from '81 until -- >> april of this year. with the program shutting down, you know, everybody got cut back, and our department got cut back a little earlier than some of the others, so it was time to move on. >> reporter: 30 years to the month jerry was laid off. he's one of 7,000 workers at kenn
and get nowhere. >> i want to read you something the "new york times" columnist david brooks wrote the other day. he said if the republican party were a normal party it would take advantage of this amazing moment. it is being offered the deal in the century. trillions of dollars of spending cuts -- he said somehow if all this collapses it is you, the republicans who will be blamed. is he receipt? >> i think part of the problem is they're talking about $2 trillion in spending cuts, but over a 10 to 15-year period. we can't bind future congresses so there's no guarantee that any of those cuts occur. lindsay -- said if interest rates go up two points you'll have 5 trillion extra in spending on interest. if you look at the exploding charts on spending and debt, it's going to be driven by interest in the next ten years. so i don't think we can count on and trust congress to do what they say they're going to do for ten years. i don't personally trust the body of congress to do what they say. or any of their promises. that's why i would only trust it if we actually amended the constitutio
.e.o. rebekkah brooks in her job, despite calls for her resignation. >> tom: it took almost two decades, but the u.s. and mexico have finally signed a deal to let each other's trucks have unlimited access to each other's highways. this provision was originally part of the nafta agreement, signed back in 1994, but both countries argued for years over safety and financial issues. and there's still opposition. the teamsters union says the deal is probably illegal and opens the border to dangerous trucks. >> susie: in the "money file," making your good credit score work harder for you. here's donna rosato, senior writer at "money magazine." >> got a good credit score? you do if you've got a score of 740 or higher. just one third of americans are members of that elite club. if you're one, you already know that a good credit rating will nab you the lowest rates on a home or auto loan. but it also gets you access to some pretty good deals elsewhere too. credit cards have notoriously high rates, averaging more than 14%. but many credit card issuers seek out top credit score holders by offering
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happen under rebecca brooks' leadership. that is clear backing for news international's chief executive. even though she was editor of the news of the world at the time of the alleged hacking of mini dowler and the families. today, company executives say they knew who sanctioned that. she apparently was away at the time. murdoch's enemies have long claimed that whoever's in power, he is the real puppet master. tonight, he, they, no one knows how this extraordinary drama will end. nick robinson, bbc news, westminster. >> aid agencies have issued an urgent appeal for help for millions of people who have been affected by drought in east africa. the crisis has been particularly detch stating in -- stave stating in somalia, kenya, uganda and ethiopia. millions of people have walked nor days to get to a refugee camp in kenya. ben brown has this report. >> among the refugees of this camp, there are hundreds of lost children and orphans. some got separated from their families on the long walk from somalia. others, like abdi salam and his sister, isha, no longer have parents. their father died i
's like saying good-bye to a family member. brooke baldwin brings us that story. >> reporter: through the decades, they marked major milestones with the launches of the space shuttle. >> we watched the launch when i was 21. from one of their first date to brenda opening hshop. right now her business is booming. but with the launch of the 135th and final space shuttle mission jerry is marking a different kind of memory. >> i started in april of '81. >> reporter: so you worked from '81 until -- >> april of this year. with the program shutting down, everybody got cut back. our department got cut back earlier than some of the others, so tiffs time to move on. >> reporter: 30 years to the month jerry was laid off. he was one of 7,000 workers at kennedy space center alone who are already jobless or soon will be. it's easily family to the last time to the space coast. that was after the last apollo mission in 1975 six years before the launch of the first space shuttle. this time around jerry says the job outlook is better. >> there's a barrier, which is going to build a business jet right at
. and will continue to do, under rebecca brooks' leadership and, rebecca brooks is his european deputy and here's what prime minister david cameron said. >> what this government is doing is making sure the public -- and i feel so appalled by what has happened, murder victims, terrorist victims, who had their phones hacked is disgraceful. that is why it's important that there is a full police investigation, with all of the powers they need. >> reporter: now, heather, the latest from scotland yard is police have a list of 4,000 potential victims, of the phone hacking and there are fresh allegations that family members of war dead' phones have been also been hacked. back to you, heather. heather: thank you very much, amy kellogg reporting live from london. bill: a huge question in washington. is there a budget deal in the works? we're now awaiting a meeting at the white house, at the top of the hour. can washington work the impossible? and do a deal that saves america from a $14 trillion debt? heather: anything is possible! but, just because there is a fence doesn't mean that you can still cross the bord
with sexually assaulting a student. brian minor worked at the chester brook academy in leesburg. the parents of a 4-year-old student complained their child was assaulted. minor was arrested yesterday. the school released a statement saying the well-being and safety of our students is our top priority. we are shocked about the charge against brad minor who has now been terminated from our employment. >>> the obama administration tonight is warning foreign governments and u.s. airlines about a potential terrorist threat using suicide bombers and hidden explosives. fox 5's bob barnard is here now to explain what this is all about. >> we're not talking about bombs in shoes or underpants here. this latest warning is about suicide terrorists having bombs surgically implanted into their bodies. yes, terrorists still have their sights set on blowing up a u.s. airliner. al-qaeda of the arabian peninsula based in yemen tried to blow up a delta airlines jet in detroit in 2009 with a young nigerian and a bomb in his underpants. >> the christmas day attacker, the only reason why his attack failed was bec
. i mean, i wear my yoga pants for everything. hiking, biking, pilates... [ woman ] brooke... okay. i wear yoga pants because i am too lazy for real pants. that's my tide. what's yours? i got an egg [pop] i got gum i got a hair net a kazoo a candy necklace an orange a band-aid for forty cents, i got one of these [pop] i got a really great hat i got half a song extra mayonnaise a stamp helium some bling some fries balloon dog fabric softener this much of a shirley temple i got a mustache an apple sprinkles fifteen minutes of parking and a ticket [pop] lipstick two pills a day is what it takes to stay alive if you're hiv positive. those pills cost about forty cents a day. lunch bag [pop] >>> what was it like to be a juror on the casey anthony murder trial? they were sequestered, forced to live in orlando, florida hotel nearly seven weeks. an alternate juror tells us the days were truck toured but weekends weren't so bad. >> what was it like being sequestered? share for us what that experience was? incredible? >> it was incredible. here you are with 17 people you don't know. and amazing
footnotes. how can we tell where you got all your facts. so when i wrote "brook -- when i wrote "broke," i think there are 50 pages. a whole section. nobody has ever reviewed the book. i challenged students to take the book in because they said the same thing, the professors say oh, that's ridiculous. give it to them. i have signed books for the professor. find the errors. we'll correct them they can't. those people are cowards. anybody who ever shouts you down is a coward. show us where you're wroy don't. because they can't. you can best them if you just do your open homework. who else is -- let me go with brian. then who is the one thata spat on? we'll come to you. brian? >> one time in a political class a year ago it was brought up, a student brought up how people are silly about president obama being a communist. it posed the question, as you have done very well on this program, for a couple years now, well, is it crazy to ask the question? president obama has many communist friends and people who call themselves communists. how am i crazy for asking that question? he laughed at me. he
. >>> this is hard to believe story of the day. cowboys receiver roy williams dated brook daniels a former miss texas usa for about a year. so williams proposed to daniels with a videotape he sent in the mail along with a $76,000 engagement ring. daniels said no to the videotape proposal then said she lost the engagement ring. now williams is suing to get the ring back, apparently he doesn't care about the videotape he sent. >>> and last night we did the show from at&t park. and we compared brandon crawford, remember, to looking like the actor john stamos? i just got an email from a viewer. he said this is the actual comparison. (ad lib) eye on the bay is next. >> no. >> no? >> other than the stubble. >> okay. >> 150 you at 10:00 and 11:00. how do i take on tough back pain? i use the power of nature. [ male announcer ] introducing icy hot naturals with natural menthol. that gets icy to dull pain, hot to relax it away fast.
brooks said it best, that the deal the democrats put on the table is essentially a no-brainer, right? they want a 3 to 1 ratio of tax revenue to spending cuts. that's three times as much spending cuts as tax revenue. and these folks walked away from the deal. i think we need to reorder our understanding of the stimulus package. the stimulus came into place to plug holes that were left in our gaping economy as a result of the real estate implosion. and if you look at the short term versus the long term effects of this, if we did not repair our economy in the ways in which democrats are proposing, what's going to happen, you're going to see after school care, other social services programs diminished. they want to eradicate the child care credit. the hours of 3:00 and 6:00 are the most vital hours for kids in terms of teenage pregnancy and other issues. >> the president continues to put out the olive branchs and have an aim yabl tone about it. can we expect anything from this meeting that's going to take place tomorrow? will there be any compromise that will be advantageous to american
of athletic clothes. i mean, i wear my yoga pants for everything. hiking, biking, pilates... [ woman ] brooke... okay. i wear yoga pants because i am too lazy for real pants. that's my tide. what's yours? what's vanishing deducti all about ? guys, it's demonstration time. let's blow carl's mind. okay, let's say i'm your insurance deductible. every year you don't have an accident, $100 vanishes. the next year, another $100. where am i going, carl ? thnext year... th was weird. but awesome ! ♪ nationwide is on your side ♪ >>> what was it like to be a juror on the casey anthony murder trial? they were sequestered, forced to live in orlando, florida hotel nearly seven weeks. an alternate juror tells us the days were truck toured but weekends weren't so bad. >> what was it like being sequestered? share for us what that experience was? incredible? >> it was incredible. here you are with 17 people you don't know. and amazing how well that, you know, 17 got along of we commented about that. now, how well we did together. but you know days started they got us up at 6:00 in the morning, gave us bre
on the republican side. david brooks wrote, if the republican party were a normal party, it would take advantage of this amazing moment. it is being offered the deal of the century. trillions of dollars in spending cuts in exchange for a few hundred billion in revenue increases. for now the republican party cannot take the obama deal and he knows it. it has freed him to offer better and better deals giving him credit for compromising, but they can't say yes because of the tax part, but eventually the republicans have to agree to something, and that is where obama's plan might fail his party. after he cut taxes in 19 81, ronald reagan signed three bills attempting to get debt under control, and 88% of the deficit reduction in the bills came from, wait for it, tax increases. if reagan were president today, the tea party would be primarying the gipper. >>> and then in 1990, george h.w. bush struck a deficit deal which was two-thirds spending cuts and one-third tax increases. clinton then signed his deficit deals in '93 and '97 and like bush two-thirds spending to one-third tax increases. when the d
ex-girlfriend to get a $76,000 engagement ring back. he says brooke daniels told him she lost it. turns out her dad has it. he says he'll give it back to avoid a lawsuit but dad also says williams told the former miss texas she could keep it. the important thing to note, williams actually never got down on his knees to propose. he sent the ring in the mail. >> say what? >> very romantic. >> hello. we have an expression for that, all right? what were you thinking, pal? we'll talk more about it later in the hour. >> good. >> thanks, jeff. >>> she was smiling when she came into the courtroom. casey anthony's sentence. >> i will sentence to you one year in orange county jail imposing a $1,000 fine on each cou count, all four counts, to run consecutive to each other giving you credit for the time that you have previously served. mr. baez, mr. mason -- >> judge belvin perry taking four charges of lying to police seriously. we have david mattingly at the courthouse in orlando, jeffrey toobin in new york and on his way into the studio, holly hughes. david, we'll start with you. looks lik
not know if you saw david brooks column from monday, but you probably heard about this, "the mother of all no- brainers." guest: ok, i would say this. the republican response to that from people who have been in the room is that mr. brooks was mistaken and the premise. in other words, the fact that he was relying on to offer this opinion or not there, and i know for example senator kyl, the republican whip, said actually there has been quite a bit of discussion about revenue raisers, user fees, the sale of federal property to raise money coming in so to the extent that mr. brooks has perhaps gone one side of the facts, i think it is probably a flawed opinion piece. host: next call comes from new york city. allen, a democrat. caller: thank you very much. i do not even know where to begin. number one, the whole disparity of income, it is like 100 years ago were you have a tiny number of people controlling more and more of the economy. taxes are very low. corporate taxes in this country are almost the lowest in the world. it seems as if all your angling to do is the story obama's presidency a
. darrell west heads the brookings institution's centers for governance studies and tech innovation. and cecilia kang is technology reporter for the 'washington post." she was at the white house for today's event. cecilia, i'll start with you because you were there. one clarification. the questions that were coming in, how were they picked and how much do we know about whether they were filtered for content or diversity of topic, et cetera? >> well, twitter did have the last say on what questions would be served up and asked to the president. but what they did is took pains to explain they had a search algorithm as well that searched for the most common and popular subjects and questions and they did that by searching what kinds of questions like john boehner's house representative john boehner's question, was retweeted and repeat sod many times, there's such a fertile discussion around his question. that made his question pop to the top of the list. so that's how they actually chose the questions. but ultimately twitter had the last say on what questions would ultimately be served
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